Sep 10, 2010
HORSES TO WATCH
By: AMERICAN TURF CLUB
BLUE SKY GIRL: Four straight in-the-money finishes without getting her picture taken since trying the $6k n3L condition. Follow off the claim.
FLY AWAY MARIJA: Came running from eighth to complete the superfecta in her unveiling. Took money at 7-2 that day too; won’t remain a maiden for long.
HONEY HONEY HONEY: Faltered as chalk in latest when third, but a real model of consistency since dropping to $5k. Made a remarkable four starts in August.
ROBIN’S COMMANDER: Has very quietly run well in her turf attempts at Calder--third at 42-1, fourth at 22-1 and third at 22-1 after getting pinched back at the start last time. You’ve been warned.
RUTH WONDERS: Winless in 16 career attempts, but it isn’t for a lack of trying. Handles turf and dirt and chased winner home at 14-1 in latest; include in gimmicks.
URBAN TIGER: Flashed good speed and hung around for third in his debut at 25-1. Good starting point for this son of Roar of the Tiger.
4 STAR SPECIAL: SHE’S HOT HOT: Rallied from seventh to annex a turf sprint, then wired ‘em on the dirt in her next start. Versatile filly from the Ronald Spatz barn.
LONGSHOT: DECAF AGAIN: Nice rally from the back to streak under the line fourth at 30-1 against a salty allowance group. Showing signs of life.
BROADWAY HENNESSEY: Back classy filly came up empty in a stakes at Sac in July, but ran well in consecutive efforts here in May and June. Working bullets for return.
BUD I CRUSHED IT: Finally earned diploma in ninth career start, then was an unlucky fourth at 18-1 when squeezed at the start in first attempt versus winners. Starting to find himself on the grass.
CATO MAJOR: Steve Sherman has this mare going real well right now, posting narrow scores on dirt and turf, then placing a good third over Golden Gate’s all-weather. Watch this cat.
DOUBLOON CITY: Six-year-old continues to get her picture taken at a high rate. Hard to go against red-hot William Morey barn right now.
PRINCE NOVETTI: Has done his best running at Golden Gate, despite dismal one-for-22 career record. Take note of recent second at 13-1.
PROUD ILLUSION: Training smartly for his first attempt since tossing the rider at the start in late July. Take a look if brought back versus maiden claimers.
STALKING GOLD: Quietly continues to handle his business over a variety of surfaces. Good third at 9-1 in latest; still wondering why he always gets overlooked.
TOP OF THE LIST: SoCal invader flashed :21.48 and :44.96 while making his first start since September. Stayed on for third at 12-1 that day; should be very dangerous for next time.
TURBULENT CREEK: Has kicked off his career with two good efforts at double-digits, including a runner-up finish at 11-1 most recently. Gets the money.
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